1. Narrative construction of power and knowledge in the police: Suspicion and defining the deviant Contribution
    Dangelmaier, Tamara (2022)
    In: Porsché, Yannik; Scholz, Ronny; Singh, Jaspal (Eds.), Institutionality. Studies of discursive and material (re-)ordering, Springer, Cham, (Springer eBook Collection, ), pp. 429-448
  2. Police stops in Germany – Between legal rules and informal practices Journal Article
    Aden, Hartmut ; Bosch, Alexander ; Fährmann, Jan ; Thurn, Roman (2022)
    In: Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 11(2), pp. 116-131
  3. How institutional contexts shape police-adolescent encounters. A study of France and Germany Journal Article
    Oberwittler, Dietrich ; Roché, Sebastian (2022)
    In: Policing and Society, 32(3), pp. 378-410
  4. Different styles of policing : discretionary power in street controls by the public police in France and Germany Contribution
    de Maillard, Jacques ; Hunold, Daniela ; Oberwittler, Dietrich (2022)
    In: Roché, Sebastian; de Maillard, Jacques (Eds.), The rise of comparative policing, Routledge, London, pp. 93-106
  5. The handling of digital evidence in Germany Contribution
    Gless, Sabine ; Wahl, Thomas (2021)
    In: Caianiello, Michele; Camon, Alberto (Eds.), Digital forensic evidence. Towards common European standards in antifraud administrative and criminal investigations, Wolters Kluwer, Milano, (Collezione di giustizia penale, 7), pp. 49-86
  6. Legendierte Polizeikontrollen: Judgment from the German Federal Court of Justice ( Bundesgerichtshof ) of April 26, 2017, 2 StR 247/16 Journal Article
    Karbe, Dorothee ; Jawurek, Charlotte ; Sarder, Philipp (2020)
    In: German Law Journal, 21(4), pp. 756-774
  7. Different styles of policing : discretionary power in street controls by the public police in France and Germany Journal Article
    de Maillard, Jacques ; Hunold, Daniela ; Roché, Sebastian ; Oberwittler, Dietrich (2018)
    In: Policing and Society, 28(2), pp. 175-188
  8. ‘I’d like to see your identity cards please’ – negotiating authority in police–adolescent encounters: Findings from a mixed-method study of proactive police practices towards adolescents in two German cities Journal Article
    Hunold, Daniela ; Oberwittler, Dietrich ; Lukas, Tim (2016)
    In: European Journal of Criminology, 13(5), pp. 590-609
  9. Exchange of intercepted electronic communication data between foreign countries Contribution
    Wahl, Thomas (2016)
    In: Boulet, Gertjan; Hert, Paul; Polčák, Radim; Sieber, Ulrich; Tropina, Tatiana; von zur Mühlen, Nicolas (Eds.), Access to telecommunication data in criminal justice. A comparative analysis of European legal orders, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin, (Schriftenreihe des Max-Planck-Instituts für Ausländisches und Internationales Strafrecht. Strafrechtliche Forschungsberichte, Band 156), pp. 570-599
  10. Germany: balancing truth against protected constitutional interests Contribution
    Gless, Sabine (2013)
    In: Thaman, Stephen (Eds.), Exclusionary Rules in Comparative Law, Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, pp. 113-142
  11. Human dignity in criminal procedure. A comparative overview of Israeli and German law Journal Article
    Weigend, Thomas ; Ghanayim, Khalid (2011)
    In: Israel Law Review, 44(1-2), pp. 199-228
  12. Case study Contribution
    Weigend, Thomas ; Salditt, Franz (2007)
    In: Cape, Ed (Eds.), Suspects in Europe. Procedural rights at the investigative stage of the criminal process in the European Union, Intersentia, Antwerpen, (Ius commune Euopaeum, 64), pp. 229-234